About Ultra Omega Burn
Advertised as the purest and most potent form of palmitoleic fatty acid available on the market, Ultra Omega Burn is an omega-7 dietary supplement that promises to help you lose weight and achieve the perfect body shape you’ve always desired.
Specifically, the promotional video explains this ultra-pure ingredient is so potent that it instructs your cells to release fat on demand and forces your body to use this new source of energy, while normalizing blood sugar, reducing insulin resistance, blocking 96 percent of arterial plaque, and lowering bad cholesterol levels by 11 percent.
Additional benefits include the reduced appearance of wrinkles and acne, relief from conditions like rosacea and eczema, dramatically decreased appetite, reduced inflammation, improved look of skin and nails, and a decreased risk of heart attack and stroke.
With a long list of benefits like this, you’re probably eager to learn whether or not there’s clinical support for the manufacturer’s claims. In other words, will Ultra Omega Burn deliver meaningful weight loss results for the money—without any changes to diet or exercise, or should you keep looking?
Before diving into the supplement, specifically, let’s briefly zoom out and take a look at how the body stores fat.
How Does Weight Loss & Gain Work?
HowStuffWorks’ Cristen Conger explains that the calories from the foods we eat act like gas in a car to keep us running. But, to ensure that there’s always some ‘fuel in the tank,’ our body will store any excess calories (those not needed for energy) we consume inside specialized fat cells called adipocytes.
This process increases the size of the cell, and if it happens frequently enough, will result in overall weight gain. On the other hand, when this energy reserve is required (such as when we consume fewer calories than is needed for energy), she explains the body then “converts molecules in fat cells to usable forms of energy, thus shrinking the cells.”
If this often occurs enough by eating a balanced diet and getting plenty of exercise, it will result in weight loss.
But, Do These Fat Cells ‘Talk’?
Writing for Science, Emma Hiolski reports that according to a study on mice published in 2017, “Fat tissue can communicate with other organs from afar, sending out tiny molecules that control gene activity in other parts of the body.” Specifically, the “expression of an important metabolism gene, Fgf21, in liver cells,” which is something briefly mentioned in the Ultra Omega Burn video.
However, the article goes on to emphasize that this study just scratches the surface of what’s possible, and doesn’t mention any clinical relationship to weight loss. Or, that these signaling molecules can cause your body’s fat cells to release their contents, or force your muscles to immediately use it as an energy source.
Nonetheless, what ingredients does Ultra Omega Burn contain, and is there a clinical link between it and improved fat cell communication, weight loss, or any of the other benefits promoted by the manufacturer?
Taking a Closer Look at Ultra Omega Burn’s Ingredients
No supplement facts label was listed on the Ultra Omega Burn website, and the only ingredient we’re told about (no dosages provided) is palmitoleic acid. We requested a copy from the company, but hadn’t received a response as of publishing.
According to ConsumerLab, palmitoleic acid (along with vaccenic acid and margaroleic acid) is one of the most common types of unsaturated omega-7 fatty acids, “often found in foods like eggs, salmon, anchovy, sardines, macadamia nuts, olive oil, and cod liver oil.”
And while there haven’t been many palmitoleic acid studies conducted on humans, they report that taking about 220 mg per day, some preliminary research indicates it may “play a role in insulin sensitivity, lipid metabolism, and inflammation.”
Pro tip: Although dosages typically aren’t listed on labels, ConsumerLab points out that many omega-3 supplements already contain palmitoleic acid. If you’re already taking one, be sure to double-check the label.
Again, though, none of these sources referenced clear-cut benefits related to weight loss, wrinkles, acne, rosacea and eczema relief, or any of the other claims made by Ultra Omega Burn's manufacturer.
Could Ultra Omega Burn’s Ingredients Cause Side Effects?
ConsumerLab didn’t make any mention of side effects in their articles, and a search for side effects related to omega-7 in general, and palmitoleic acid specifically, on the National Institutes of Health’s PubMed didn’t return any relevant results.
With this said, the Ultra Omega Burn website emphasizes that the supplement has been taken by thousands of people with no reported side effects.
How Much Does Ultra Omega Burn Cost?
Ultra Omega Burn is only available through the company at the following prices:
- 1 Bottle (30 capsules): $49.95
- 3 Bottles: $119.95 ($39.98 per bottle)
- 6 Bottles: $199.95 ($33.32 per bottle)
Along with your order, you’ll also receive these special reports:
- “Hormone Secrets to Weight Loss”
- “Desserts and Sweets for a Flat Stomach”
- “The Fat-Burning Guide to Eating Out”
All purchases come with a one-year money back guarantee, less S&H charges, which you can request by filling out their online contact form.
What Do We Know About the Company Behind Ultra Omega Burn?
In short? Very little.
We know it’s manufactured by Nutra Active Pte Ltd, who’s based out of Valley Cottage, NY and has been in business since 2017. According to Nutra Active’s website, Ultra Omega Burn is currently their only available product.
The company was listed with the Better Business Bureau but wasn’t rated, as of 2/21/18, with one neutral customer review and two closed complaints. No additional details were available.
Are There Other Palmitoleic Acid Supplements Like Ultra Omega Burn?
Searching online marketplaces like Amazon and Google Shopping, we encountered a meaningful number of palmitoleic acid and omega-7 supplements during our research, including top options like:
|Ultra Omega Burn||As low as $33.32 per bottle (30 capsules)||Palmitoleic Acid|
|Puritan’s Pride Omega-7 Complex||$11 (30 capsules)||Sea buckthorn; omega-3, omega-6, omega-7, and omega-9 fatty acids|
|Life Extension Provinal Purified Omega-7||$21 (30 softgels)||Palmitoleic acid 210 mg|
|Swanson Omega-7 Oilx||$7 (30 liquid capsules)||Sea buckthorn oil 450 mg|
|New Chapter Supercritical Omega-7||$49 (60 capsules)||Sea buckthorn extract, rosemary extract, calendula extract|
|Source Naturals Omega-7 Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil||$9 (30 softgels)||Sea buckthorn extract|
Which of these represents the best option for obtaining omega-7 fatty acids? Let’s quickly take this step-by-step:
First, unless you’re deficient in one of the ingredients they contain, organizations like Harvard Health and the American Academy of Family Physicians indicate that most of us don’t need to take vitamins or dietary supplements.
Second, if you are among the small percentage of the population who might be deficient in an essential vitamin or mineral, this is something only your doctor can diagnose. Once properly diagnosed, they can then recommend science-backed treatment options, and whether or not dietary supplements represent a solid use of your money.
Once all of this is in place, based on our years of writing about supplements, we recommend giving your hard-earned money only to manufacturers who:
- Back their claims with double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical evidence
- List all ingredients on the bottle, including dosages
- Offer at least 30-day money back guarantees, even if the bottle is open, with reasonable S&H charges and no restocking fees
Our Final Thoughts About Ultra Omega Burn
As we can see from the above table, there can be a wide range in what you’ll pay for an omega-7 dietary supplement, the quantity you’ll get (and even the form you’ll get it in), and the ingredients included in each formula.
But, according to the ConsumerLab article cited earlier, there seems to be limited (although admittedly promising) clinical evidence that omega-7 fatty acid supplementation in general—or palmitoleic acid supplementation, specifically—can provide meaningful real-world benefits in humans.
And while Nutra Active seems to stand behind Ultra Omega Burn with a one-year refund policy, we might wait until hearing back from the company regarding their label before placing an order. Be sure to bookmark this page, as we’ll update the article as soon as a response is received.
10 out 10 people found this review helpful
I wish I would have done some research on the product Ultra Omega Burn before deciding to order it. The video advertisement is presented very well, and I bought it "hook, line, and sinker." I purchased it via PayPal, so I hope I will be able to get a complete refund in a timely manner.
I have been using the product for about two weeks, and I honestly cannot see any positive results. Ironically it seems that I have more body fat recently since taking the product. That could be because I have not been working out lately, but I am constantly on the move for hours at a time when at work.
After reading on another scam site that Ultra Omega Burn is a scam, I became very concerned about what is actually in the soft gel oil capsule. I would like to have the contents tested if there is an inexpensive way to have that done. I am not going to continue taking the product.
The same company, Naturalis Labs PTE LTD, 616 Corporate Way, ALSO lists Suite 2 - 5 4 3 0, Valley Cottage New York 10989 as their address for another product called Ultra FX 10, which is a dietary supplement to support hair health and growth for men and women. Vegetarian and gluten-free 120 capsules new improved formula. Even the bottles of Ultra Omega Burn say "new improved formula." So the same company has two different products that are in the same office, suite number 2, but a different series of four numbers afterward.
AND, after I googled the company name, Naturalis Labs Pte LTD, another product came up online that I had not yet seen which is an Eye Health capsule or pill. And that company title seems to be originating from Singapore with a sweet in New York.
I, for one, am very concerned about my own health and well-being and the fact that even the way the products are packaged, that being in cheap plastic bottles that do not say anything regarding GMP leaves me extremely concerned.
The Ultra FX 10 supplement does state on the label that it is made with non-GMO ingredients and latest breakthrough in hair science, but I am now suspect to believe anything that is stated. I don't know if the Derrick Evans guy is real or not, but whoever is at the Helm is a master of marketing and advertising!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
6 out 6 people found this review helpful
So, I have been using Ultra Omega Burn for almost a week now. I have only managed to lose a total of 4 pounds, but then somehow gained a pound back. I am not really sure how everything is going to turn out. To get to my ideal weight, I still have 95 pounds to lose. I will continue to take it, and follow my strict diet plan for the remainder of my 3-month supply. I will write another review to update my results.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend